Robert Wade (born 1962) is a British screenwriter, co-wrote with Neal Purvis the six James Bond films from The World Is Not Enough (1999), Casino Royale (2006), Quantum of Solace (2008) Skyfall (2012), to Spectre (2015). They met each other while they were going to university at the University of Kent, when they were assigned as roommates. They began playing in a band together, which they continued to do for at least 20 years. Purvis left Kent and completed a BA in Film and Photo Arts. Wade graduated from Kent and moved to London where he was later joined by Purvis. They spent six years writing scripts together as well as ghost writing for music videos. Their 2003 Bond parody, Johnny English, was widely panned by critics. A sequel, Johnny English Reborn, based upon their characters but written by Hamish McColl, was released in 2011.
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